The head of the Maricopa County ICJIS department, the one the sheriff's office raided yesterday, just told us that databases cannot be accessed through those computers.
In other words, our earlier post was mislabeled -- we'll go back and fix it in a minute. The main thing to know is that those court e-mail that were denied the sheriff -- those can't be accessed, says the ICJIS program manager, Gary Huish.
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